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THE DAILY 0A1K0 BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 26, 1881.
TheI(lii)Kcii;uil-,idol iD.iuiv h',toii that mont
dUc'UKu lire cuvi by (liFuroVrtrrt lililney. or Liv.
r. 11, tuuieloriMua Kidin:yit tnd l,ivr itru k'tin
pi'rfuct ordiT, iurr,.ct nuaUh will be the rult.
1 hla trutU baa only been kuown a (tiort Um aud
fur year pi-oplit ,nVrd Brent aijoiiy without be
ing tbli! to II nd ridlul. 'Ilia dUcuvvry of Wurnr-r'a
bf Kidney and LlvrCur murk nw -ra In
tlie treittmctit of tlicnn trouble. Mmln Irom a
lmpl tropical lonf ul rnro vnlun. It contain ju.l
the element nmumary ti) noiirlnh and inviKorxtu
both of llifKi) jrri'at imwnn, and anfuly return and
keep IliiMii Iq order. It U a PuHI'tl VK KKMEOY
for all the diaeanea that eaue pain in the lower
iiartof tho hody-lor Torpid l.iver llradacliu
auiullf e-DI.r.liHmi" tirvl Kevur. Agile Mala
Jial Kv;r, nnd all difficultly of the Kidney, l.lvtr
arid I'rluary Ori;aii.
It U an txculleiil and afR rumiidy fur fmniili! dur
ing l'ricimiicy. It will control Mi'imtruaiion nud
In Invaluable fur Lc corihua or falling of the
A a lllood I'lirldi r It la iiniialcd, fur it cure
the ormm that make the blood.
"It eaved my life "-K. II. I.akHy, Kelina. Ala
"It 1 the remedy that will rum the many die-
peculiar to w men." Mother' SUna.lne.
"Il ha paaud evere tct aud won endor.c
menl from some of the highi t medical talent In
the country. ''New York World.
"No remedy heretofore dlr.ovrred can 1i held
fur one moment In comparison with It " Kev. C.
A. Harvey, 1) D , Wtmlimctoii, I). 0.
Tbla Ki rnody. whl:h lia done men wonder.
put iid in tho LAKO EST 8I7.KD BOTTLE 8 of any
ineduine upon Ihe market, and if aold by drui'tfi!
and all dealer at $1 i't net bottle, for )il..e.
etji,.ire for IVAKNKK'S HA Kit fJlAHETES tl'KK
It la a 1 1 t. Kemeilv.
II. II WAKSKK A CO., Kocucner, N, V
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAMi
OF LYNN, MASS.
Otflc : Balletlo BalldUur. CTMhlncton Avenue
Subscription II t t :
Dally (delivered jr carrier) per week ....
Hy mall (In advance) one year. . .
ly mail (in advance) eneyear $100
lx montha 1 On
:'hre month W
To clnh of ten and over (per copy) I 50
Foetaite In all eaae prepaid.
Klrt Innertlon. iir aunara II 00
riubaoquontlnaertlona, peraqvare 50
V hi one week, pur aqnare S 00
Vineral notice 1 00
Obltuanea and reaolutlona pined by eoUellea
ten cent per line.
Death i and marriage free
Klrat Insertion, per aqnare.... $ t 00
Hubqaent Insertion so
silfni unci oi aona nonpareil conitltute a aqnare.
Displayed advertisement will be chareed accord
ing to the apace occupied, at above rate there be-
ic twelve line of aolid type to the Inch.
To regular advertlaera we offer anperlor Induce
ment, both a tn ratea of char(jfa and manner of
d'aplaylng their favore.
l tn paner may be found on tie at ueo. f. Kowell
Co.'aNuwtpaner Advertialne Bareaa. (10 Bprnce
"Uwli where advertlalni; coutracta mar be made
f if it In New Tnrk.
Commnnlcatlona norm auhlecta of ceneral Intereat
to the public arc at all tlmei acceptable, Rejected
m innecrlpte wtll not be retnrned.
Letter and commnnlratton ahoald be addraaied
X. A. Burnett Cairo Illlnoia "
TEE DAILY JiULLETIN.
viai noftMiaw (homdati axcaniD).
Largest Ciroulation of any Cavil y In
4in potinda Northoru iKKfrtt
:woponnda choice..... if
SOU pound Southern Illlnoia l(V$r.i
20v potinda cotamon northern yt)i
WO dor.en (i
flotl dozen Freata V,
Live, per doz Quo
1 coopa good young.,..
Scoop choice young....
...a tmi so
...9 WW 'J5
i coop hen ...
N. U. par crata -. 6 Mfoi SO
Per hue 1 oo
Peach Blowa ... ,
New potatoaa per bbl
Per bbl M-....-.M 7 50Q8 u
V) borea ptacbea VfcM
40 cratea fti
Per barrel S Wl oo
The Cairo Prices Carrent
Office Washington Avenue,
(Corner Twelfth Street.)
The Cairo Pbiois Cdhbint la pnbllahed every
Ttteaday and Friday from the office of Tax Cairo
Bulletin, audi intended to give a true report of
be condition of the market on day of publication,
and tho publisher trutta that full and complete
quotation will bo (riven hy the nueinc men of the
TERMS. One cenv, ncopy On all ordcra of
25 or more, of ame date, the sabacriber'e name
will he printed -tthont extra charge. Ordera for
fxtracopiee mutt be received by 10 o'clock a. .
on day 1 publication.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
The Pollv Crirn
For all Female Complaints.
Tbli vnintUM, aa Ita nam dirnlnn, eontlcta ot
Ttrtabte l'ropvrun Uit As harmina to the moat del
icate Invalid. IV") trial the merit of thla Com
pound will Im rvrujolxnl, ai relief la ImmedJaU i and
hoo lu ue I ecintimiM, In ninety nlo ciln ahun.
dred,apcmianrDtruiTUr(r(i4vtllinuni1 111 W
tlfy. f 1i arount of IU prorea roeriu, It it to-day ro
eomnn1l and pn-KTllvd by tb tt phyaiclan In
It will eur entirely the worrt firm of falUnf
of th uurnt, Inoorrb, InrguUr and painful
Keiwtniatlon.alinrarianTnoilile, lnnunniattoo and
ncaratinn, flooding, all tHtpfawwmmt awl th eon
aviieotplnal wmkor. and i cllty OAttl to
th Chang of Ufe. It 'H d)nl and ipl tumor
from th utroln an early tnjr of deTlnpmnt. Th
Vmdewy to cmneerou humor thr b cbeektd very
iliwdlly by tun.
In fart It hM prfiTd to b th gtl
ft and bt rrmody tliat baa 'r bn dlxtovvr
d. It permeatf every portion of the lyiiteni, and givM
new llfeand vigor. It remove falntnem.datuleney, d
troy all craving for rtlmulant. and rUvi aknw)
I, eure Bloating, Rida"h, Norvnu Tr'Htratlon,
fienaral Deblllly. HleeplnuineM, rpreMion and Indl
geitlon. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain,
walgbt and baekaehe, ia alway p.'rmanently cored by
It um It will t all time, and underall cirmmitaa
ceA, art tn harmony mtbth law that gontrna th
Tot Kidney ComplalntA of either ei thjj compound
Lyo E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Ia prepare t tM and Wl Wrtr n Avenn. I.ynn, Ma.
mn$L0O. su botllforai.oo. Rent by mail In tba
formof pill. imnthfrm of Uiaengea, on rcli
of pr per o, for eitlier. Mm. riNa"IU)l
freely Atawen ail letter, of Inquiry. Hend for pm
phleC Adrt aa alior JHKma Mm pn)r.
Do family .0m be without LVDIX E. ptNKBAM'
LiV!R PlIJ. They eura ConUiatlon, EUIouna
andTortadltv of tlh (jvcr. Urniiwr hoa.
FOR SAI.t UV DUUCGISTS.
IUCIIARDSON & w)., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholei&lo ageuiB lor LYDIA K. PINKHAM'S
H. C. Ham
St. Johna II
Ohio River .. 1
S'4 buihel burlap.
A buabel " .
buahel " .
Peachea, faalvetand iiiartera mi
Apple, brlEht V;0A
Choice navy 'i imffii
.1 en 'to
Choice, Factory lmftll
TTANKY'8 TRADE MANUALS
-Pallilie Ml ete
Watchmaker, ntut Jewel.-, hi
Kaker, no. tannymaKor, wi. Taxidcrmlal. w.
Uildor, SO. FuruitniH and Cabinet Fiuinher, 5ii,
ArtiMt, y. noapmKir, i. noran niioe. '
Wood-ongraver. Of l'tokellor or hv mall
JKMSK HAN EY & CO., 11U NiiHNati street N . X.
Monday Evening, July 25th, 1881.
The weather is much cooler to-day than
during the "heated term," but there is still
vast room for improvement in that respect.
The hot weather or some other influence
haa taken the life out of the commission
business. With the exception of corn,
which ia only made firm by its scarcity,
there is very little doing and the outlook
for son.e time to come is anything but cn
i lie toiiucco iraiie wouia oe good it we
could have a change from dry to damp
FLO U It Stocks are very light in all
grades with a fair demand, which is con
fined almost exclusively to choice and
HAY The market U well supplied, and
the demand very limited.
CORN The demand is active and re
ceipts very light. Mixed would bring 50
ents to-day, in bulk, but there is none in
OATS We note a tatr demand and light
supply. Prices are steady and will remain
so until the new crop moves.
MEAL The market ia quiet but firm,
rices continue as last reported.
BRAN Car load lots sold to-day in
sacks at 68 cents. The mills are asking 70
to 75 cents.
BUTTEU-Strictly choice sweet butter
s in gixxi demand an 1 scarce. Common is
EC5GS Fresh cggH are hard to get and
would command ten cents to day.
CHICKENS Large young chickens are-
in good demand, but small and old are not
FRUIT- Arrivals are very light in small
fruits. Choice peaches would find a ready
market. Melons are in cood supply nud
find a ready local demand.
Hheep Pelt, dry VKUm
bheep Pelta, green , 50 1
Common Lag t'i 5S St
Good lag S 5& 4 SO
Low Leaf..... ; .. 4 7.-l S 2?
Medium Leaf 5 Vi 6 5?
Good Leaf 50 8
SPRING UL08S0M .
a 1 1 teM ai
H a a
COSTIVENESS;::::::::::: :::::::::PIMPLES AND BLOTCHES::;:
In St. Louis 15,729 Gorman children,
ftnd 4,Wl Amorlenns have boon study
ing German. This is an increase of
384 over last yenr's ligures, and two
thirds of this increase was caused by
American children taking the study.
There are 7,87.'l pupils 'in the kinder
gartens. Not This Time.
A salesman traveling in the western
country catue upon a cross-roads cabin
In an unfrequented locality. At tho
lucky juncture of bis arrival the host
was stowing away a barrel labolled
whisky. With proverbial hospitality,
tho landlord accosted him, "Just in
time, stranger; lend a band and take a
fiull." The traveller pulled, and at
engtb. proceeded on bis journey. Re
turning overthn aumo routo a week af
terwards,, .im ''rijbtd. . Asking for a
glass oljomolhlng,' ho was astonished
by the romark, "Not a drop in the
house; sorry we can't accommodate
you." "What!" exclaimed the travel
ler; "didn't I see you get in a whole
barrel a week ago?" "Wal, now,
stranger, what's that in a house with
tho old woman and five children and no
Hay per Cwt
Flour per bbl
oik per tuil
To Nervous HtilTereri-l lie lrf at Kuropenn Ruin
edv--Hr. J. B. Nlmiwiii'aSpw'ille Medleiiw.
Dr. .1. R. Rimnanii'a flncr.lllr Medicine 1 a Una
live cure for Spermatorrhea, Impotenr.y, W'enkne
(lid nil dUeane reaiilllnn from hclf-Ahuae. a Ner-
votil)(!blllly, lrrltalilllty, Mimtai Anxiety, i.auKuor,
l.itude. Denreanion of Wnlrlla mid fiinrl limnl tie
ransumutita of tho NorvnuaRyatcm cencrnllv Paine
In Bark or 8td, I.oof Menmrv, I'remntiiro tun
Ako nnn amuaac
thntleatl to Con
ty and an early
crave, or liolh.
No mutter lmw
ayvtem may be
from cxcer of
any kind, a abort
courao of thle mcdlclnu will retoru
tlona and procure health and hiipplne, where be
roro waa uuvponwucy
l o ot fuue-
oeed . w
Pamptilnl acnl free to all
get Mill particular.
Price, Hpeclflo, tl.'Kipur packaua, or
aire for f 5.0O. Will he ent by mall on receipt.
llootn Tbo Hpedlk
lib wouduriui auc-
Write for them end
monnv. Artilre an order.
,1. II. SIMPHON'H MRPICINK CO.,
Noa. 104 and UN) Main 8t.. Uuilalo, N.
TO 1'OUNO MEN AND OTHERS.
We annd on trial for thirty day our Eluctro Vol
talo Bnll, Unntla and Hupcuorle, toyouiimuu
and other auil'crlUK from wakiicu. n -rvou de
bility, loat vitality, loat nianhood, aud many other
diaeai'. Wo uunrnuWt) apeudv euro aud com-
tileta realnratlon of manhood. Addreaa without
delay, voltaic UK Ll' w, Manuau Mich,,
Sales and C&uotaUons.
SOTK. The uncea here given aru lor aalea from
firsthand tn round lota. An advance la
charted for broken lota in tllllnir ordera.
Ml bbl Patent....
Km Uncy country.,
'J car choice Timothy.
'J car Timothy
gear Prime ,
Star Red Top ,
2 car mlxod, In bulk
A care choice white, In bulk,..
1 car white iu aacka
l i 00
U car choice, lu bulk 89
1 cur choice to acka t
No. 3 Red, per bu 1 11
N'J, SRetlHea til
RATES Of FREIGHT.
Tiles! Piles!! Piles!!!
A SCUK ClItE FOUND AT LAST. 0 OSK KELD
A sure cure for the Blind, Bleeding,
tching and Ulcerated Piles has been dis
covered by Dr. Williams (an Iudian rem
edy), called Dr. William s Indian Oint
ment. A Bingle box has cured the worst
chronic cases of 23 and 30 years standing.
No one need sutler rive miuutcs alter apply
ing this wonuertui sootning maaicino.
Lotions, Instruments ami Electuaries do
more harm than good. William's Oint
ment absorbs the tumors, allay a the intense
itching (particularly at night after getting
warm iu bed), acts as a poultice; gives
instant and painless relief, and is prepared
only for Piles, itching of tho private parts
and nothing else.
Head what the Hon J. M. Colllnberry, of
Cleveland, says about Dr. V illiam s Indian
Pile Ointment : "I have usott scores of
pile cures, rnd it affords me pleasure to say
that I havo never lound anything which
gave such immediate and permanent relief
as Dr. William 8 Indian rile Ointment."
For salo by all drnggisti, or mailed tin
receipt of price 1.00.
Frank . Ukxhv Co.,
Solo Prop's, Cleveland, O.
For sale by Geo. E. O'iiaiw, Druggis.
An Illegible Hand.
The Sunday Jhnhet is responsible
for this story: Matthew Hale Smith
was wt iling letters to the Jtnirnnl over
tho signature of "Burleigh." Smith
wrote a detestable hand, and Charles
O. Rogers, who was then making tho
Journal jump with his activity, enter
prise, ami liheralily, was very nearly
his match iu this particular. One day
a compositor came down to Mr. Rog
ers with some of Burleigh's "copy,
saying that, if he bad got to set that
sort of stuff, they'd have to pay him by
the hour, because he couldn't make his
salt setting it by the thousand. Rogers
immediately wrote Burleigh a note,
telling him that, if he couldn't write so
that his letters could bo read, he had
belter either quit writing, or get some,
body to do his writing for him. In a
day or two there arrived an envelope
with Rogers' signature, cut out ami
Easted upon the envelope, and "Care
oston toui'itoH written beneath.
Upon being opened, it read as follows:
"Dear Sir: 1 have received a letter,
which, from tho printed heading, I as
sume to be from the Journal o!" :e. If
you will get somebody that can write a
legible hand to inform nie whom it is
from, and what il is all about, I shall
esteem it a favor. Yours trulv, Matthew
Hale Smitlu" The next time Mr. Smith
came to Boston he was handsomely on
tertalned at Young's, and Charlie Rog
er's paid the bill.
Thomas A. Scott and General Pope.
Colonel Soott hail occasion to visit
General Pope nt his headquarters at
New Midr'ul, Mo, General Popo is
greatly addicted to profanity and vio
lence or manner, and was particularly
so at that time. Colonel Scott entered
his headquarters with tho remark: "I
should like to seo General Pope on
"See my a ljutant!" roared out Popo.
"My business is with General Pope
"Bl ink blank your business; see my
adjutant, I toll you."
"My name is Scott, "
"I don't care whether your name- is
Scott, or Jones, or Smith, or Brown.
Soe my adjutant, blank blank you."
"As I was about to say, my name is
Scott, and I wish to see you on govern
ment business. I hnvo the honor to bo
assistant secretary of war."
Pope's demeanor underwent a revo
lution, as he said in tho blandest man
ner : "I beg your pardon, colonel, I
bad no intention to bo rude, but there
are so many loafers iu ciunp, and they
annoy me so much that 1 am sometimes
put out of temper. Bo good enough to
take a seal and have the kindness to in
form mo of your wishw." Colonel
Scott entered at onco upon the business
in hand, making no referonco whatever
to Pope's outrageous behavior, ami
acting as though the occurrence had
not taliou place. J'ltiltidcfihin i''O,'-.
Worth Its Weight in Gold.
C u r e S
EIIEUMATISM, COUGHS AND
HEUMAT1SM, COUGHS AND
HEUMATISII. COUGHS AND
Sold by all Dmggists. MICE 50 cents and $1.00.
Go to TAUL G. SCHUII. Druacist. Cairo. Ills., for Mrs. Frecmans' New National
Dyes. For brightness and durability of color are unenuallcd. Color from 2 to 5
pounds, price 15 cents.
Is to be found in Burdock Blood Bitters.
As an antidote lor pick headache, female
wcakuess, billious, indigestion, constipa
tion, and other diseases ot a kindred na
ture, these bitters are invaluable. Price
f 1.00, trial size 10 cents.
Mrs. Seigfried, Marion, ()., Hays Thomas'
lxlcctnc uii was tuuuiphaut iu her case
, a : i i . , .
sue useu n ior a severe roid and pain in
side, and was relieved in a lew minutcB.
FaulG. Schuh, agent.
A Liberal Oiler.
Wagner & Co. Michigan Ave. & Jackson
Ht. Chicago, otler to send Klcctric Bolts,
Hands, etc., tor tile cure ot Nervous Debili
ty and other diseases, free, for examination
and trial Delorc purchasing. These F.lec
trie Devices arc the invention of Dr. D. A
Joy, of tho University of Michigan, and aru
claimed to bo tho only Electric Devices or
Appliances for the euro of diseases that
havo yet been constructed upon , scicntitio
principles. Bee their advertisement in thi.
lTHte ONLY MEDICINE)
n RITHKK MOU1D OR PUT FOBX
That Aria nttlieannie time en
IITD THI KloElTS.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
fitt-aw ir allow thm qrtat organt tot
brcoin elnqqtti or lorjtlit, and poiumnut I
toanortan Ihntfar foivtil into tht blmi I
W 1 . - ... ' . . f . I
800 bole City.
.9 iri es
!, , ...,.. I. ,11
Canckh. No Knife. No Tain. No Sick
ness. No Fearful Treatments. Treatise
froo. Go or send to Dr. Kline, 031 Arch
St., riiiladu, Pa.
WILL SURELY CURE
l'II.F. CONSTIPATION, VKINAKT
DISRASRS, FEMALK WEAKNESSES,
AND NEKVOCS VISOKUEH,
y cawing fin ndion tf Ihm orgmi and
mtoring tMrtxmw to (Arow (if diuait.
Vf kj tuftVr lllllou niB and rlit
VThr toraint4 Tilth I'll, Conatlpatlont
Why frlahUnul over dlaordtraJ Klilnrl
Why andur norrona or ali a haadarliMl
HI put up In lrf Tlabl Para, In tin
canonpi'"aror uhleh makr an quart of
BlNlliHn. Aln In l.lqM fara. vr (' a
IraUS. (or tho tlit cartual iwatlllr pnpuw li.
irrt act villi final nVIn-v in lfrr form.
IK n VAtttt tlRnriflMT. PIltPR II
U WELU.B1CIIUDHM AOs., Prop's, fi
IMPTnAI PIIM IPI Ml o9!
m mm mw mmw mmt mw mwm w ' .
Used and approved by the leading PHYSI
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
Article from pura
Vaaellna anch aa
Vaseline Cold Cream,
vaseline camonor Ice.
Vaseline Toilet Soaps,
r arlr a liaiUr 9mm
An tmeable form of tak
ing vaseline internally.
9K nrrrs t pot
GBAXD MEDAL AT THE PHILADELPHIA EXPOSITION.! i
MILVEB HEDAL AT THb PAKItt EXPOSITION. COLGATE & C0..N.T.
SORES. CUTS. CHTXBLAINS.
8SH7 DISEASES, RHEUMATISM,
CATARRH, HEMORRHOIDS, Etc. Also for
Concha, Colds, Sore Throat, Croup and Diphtheria, etc
WTry them. 25 and 60 cent liies of all oar goods.
For sale by C. W. Henderson, Cairo, Illinois.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
lO BROADWAY NEWYOKK
The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in
TONTINE SAVINGS FUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life insurace to a degree before
W. N. CRAINE, General Manager for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and the
Territories, 10U Dearborn Street, Cnirttre
K. A. BUENETT, As?ent
0rner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois